Yessica Reyes is being honored as our All Peoples November Youth of the Month!

“I like coming to All Peoples because I can come and do my homework and be able to be with my friends. Also, I get to go and do many activities. I know that I can go to a [Youth] coordinator when I need help.” ~ Yessica Reyes, Age 16, Grade 11

Make sure to follow Yessica on our All Peoples Instagram HERE as we share pictures and stories throughout the month of her experience!

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A Message from our Executive Director Saundra Bryant:

The All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow’s Leaders” Program currently serves approximately 279 students ranging from 1st – 12th grade. Services are offered onsite at All Peoples as well as Dunbar Village, Adams and Central, Casa Figueroa and Washington 702. All program locations operate Monday through Friday from 2:30 pm – 6:30 pm.

The structure of our All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow’s Leaders” Program allows ample time throughout the week for healthy snacks, academic assistance, recreational activities, and social development. Student performance throughout the year is monitored by collecting report cards and giving students a pre and post-test in math and reading using the STAR assessment program.

Based on reports, 67.5% of our students showed an increase in their reading level by minimum of a full point and 23.7% of the students maintained the same reading level. In math, 77.6% of our students showed an increase in their math level and 15.7% maintained the same math level. Staff’s main focus is to consistently work with students to improve in the areas in which they are lacking academically. Staff maintains a constant and close relationship with the school, teachers, and parents in order to help improve the student’s academic performance.

For 2019, we will start highlighting our All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow Leaders” Program by featuring a “Youth of the Month” on our website. The Youth recognized for the Month will showcase their experience in the All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow’s Leaders” Program by posting pictures and stories on our All Peoples Instagram Page using hashtag #TomorrowsLeaders. We encourage you to support our Youth by following them on Instagram as we empower them to be the change that they want to see in their schools and community.

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

READY TO GET INVOLVED?

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** In-kind and Sponsorship opportunities at All Peoples!

Please contact allpeoples@allpeoplescc.org for more information.

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Meet Carlos. Carlos Daniel Jr. Valle is a 17 year old currently in his junior year (11th grade) at Early College Academy. In addition to his high school courses, Carlos is currently enrolled in college courses such as Anthropology 101, Speech 101, and Theatre.

Carlos is an exceptional youth who has volunteered at All Peoples Community Center as a math tutor for 4th and 5th graders in the “Tomorrow’s Leaders” After-School Program. Carlos serves as a great role model to the younger youth and hopes to obtain his Engineering degree in the upcoming years. Both of his parents are from Oaxaca, Mexico, and he credits his parents and brother to be a great influence in his life and his greatest motivation.

Community is also important to Carlos. He says that while gangs and drugs do have an impact on the community, he looks forward to being a positive force in the community by giving back and helping other youth. Carlos is a hands-on individual when it comes to learning and implementing ideas, and we look forward to continue watching his growth and success.

 

Pictured above, YouthSource Case Manager Adrian Rios.

YouthSource services are available at All Peoples Community Center year-around.

Please contact Rios at (213) 747-6357 Ext. 151 or arios@allpeoplescc.org for more information regarding the services available.

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

READY TO GET INVOLVED?

* Volunteer opportunities at All Peoples! More Info

** In-kind and Sponsorship opportunities at All Peoples!

Please contact allpeoples@allpeoplescc.org for more information.

Search Job Opportunities currently available at All Peoples Community Center!

 

All Peoples is proud to announce and grateful for the generous support of The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) Foundation in partnership with the LA84 Foundation who have awarded All Peoples with a $25,000 grant to refurbish our community center basketball court. All Peoples’ South Central Sports League and collaborative partner PF Bresee Foundation received the 2nd $25,000 grant awarded by the foundations.

“We are excited to share the news with the PF Bresee Foundation and the All Peoples Community Center,” said Sherrie Deans, Executive Director of the NBPA Foundation. “Both of these organizations play integral roles in their respective neighborhoods, offering safe spaces for children to play and engage in their communities. We look forward to working with both groups and kicking off these refurbishment projects in the coming months.”

All Peoples Youth Staff also had the opportunity to attend LA84’s annual youth sports summit. The theme was “Play Equity: Elevating the Game for Our Kids” and focused on how youth sports, structured play and physical activity catalyze positive life outcomes for young people.

We would like to acknowledge and thank The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) Foundation and the LA84 Foundation for their support and investment in our youth, family and community.

‌Meta World Peace, former Los Angeles Laker presented the award!

About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

READY TO GET INVOLVED?

* Volunteer opportunities at All Peoples! More Info

** In-kind and Sponsorship opportunities at All Peoples!

Please contact allpeoples@allpeoplescc.org for more information.

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Daisy Alcantara is being honored as our All Peoples October Youth of the Month!

“I like coming to All Peoples because I get to make new friends and help other people.” ~ Daisy Alcantara, Age 12, Grade 7

What do you want to be when you grow up? “When I grow up I want to be a lawyer.”

Make sure to follow Daisy on our All Peoples Instagram HERE as we share pictures and stories throughout the month of her experience at All Peoples Community Center on our social media page!

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A Message from our Executive Director Saundra Bryant:

The All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow’s Leaders” Program currently serves approximately 279 students ranging from 1st – 12th grade. Services are offered onsite at All Peoples as well as Dunbar Village, Adams and Central, Casa Figueroa and Washington 702. All program locations operate Monday through Friday from 2:30 pm – 6:30 pm.

The structure of our All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow’s Leaders” Program allows ample time throughout the week for healthy snacks, academic assistance, recreational activities, and social development. Student performance throughout the year is monitored by collecting report cards and giving students a pre and post-test in math and reading using the STAR assessment program.

Based on reports, 67.5% of our students showed an increase in their reading level by minimum of a full point and 23.7% of the students maintained the same reading level. In math, 77.6% of our students showed an increase in their math level and 15.7% maintained the same math level. Staff’s main focus is to consistently work with students to improve in the areas in which they are lacking academically. Staff maintains a constant and close relationship with the school, teachers, and parents in order to help improve the student’s academic performance.

For 2019, we will start highlighting our All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow Leaders” Program by featuring a “Youth of the Month” on our website. The Youth recognized for the Month will showcase their experience in the All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow’s Leaders” Program by posting pictures and stories on our All Peoples Instagram Page using hashtag #TomorrowsLeaders. We encourage you to support our Youth by following them on Instagram as we empower them to be the change that they want to see in their schools and community.

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

READY TO GET INVOLVED?

* Volunteer opportunities at All Peoples! More Info

** In-kind and Sponsorship opportunities at All Peoples!

Please contact allpeoples@allpeoplescc.org for more information.

Search Job Opportunities currently available at All Peoples Community Center!

 

Meet Miguel. Miguel Angel Romero Cruz is a 17 year old YouthSource Participant who credits his close knit family (Mom, Dad, and siblings) for setting a strong example of resiliency, cooperation, support, organization, leadership, and teamwork. Miguel sees and understands the harsh struggles his parents face on a daily basis, and it’s his parents that inspire him every day with their display of resiliency from the strength of his father to work countless nights to his mother raising him and his siblings. He’s also grateful for his siblings who have mentored him and offered academic tutoring throughout his childhood.

Because of family support and Miguel’s hard work, he’s been able to achieve all A’s since 9th grade to his culmination in June 2019 from Thomas Jefferson High School. On his high school diploma, there are three seals that bear the fruition of hard work, commitment, family support, prioritization, attitude, and goal-orientation. Miguel was the Class Valedictorian of Thomas Jefferson High School and feels that his success is his families as well. Miguel’s LAUSD official grade point average since his early years to his graduation was 4.3. Miguel appreciates all of his teachers at Thomas Jefferson High School that taught him that barriers are not meant to be an excuse to give up, but are meant to be surpassed.

Miguel is currently working at a summer paid internship with BuroHappold Engineering and Consulting Co as a MEP (Mechanical, Plumbing, Electrical) Intern with diverse roles; modeling mechanical equipment, rerouting pipework as well as ductwork on floorplans, viewing and managing floor plans, and exploring sustainability and data input. As part of Miguel’s role in BuroHappold, he takes in data from client buildings to assess the level of indoor quality of a building’s air and utilities as well as the thermal comfort of its occupants. The portfolio of projects he has worked on include a number of universities, museums, and office spaces located in California among other states as well. Miguel loves working as an intern at BuroHappold, and has developed great relationships with his Supervisors and Administrators which he now considered mentors: Ms. Kathleen Hetrick, Ms. Sara Kingman, Mr. Lucas Lieberman, and Ms. Lorena De La Cruz. Miguel hopes to pursue a career in the engineering or STEM field, and with Miguel’s natural determination, he’s well on his way.

Pictured above, YouthSource Case Manager Adrian Rios.

YouthSource services are available at All Peoples Community Center year-around.

Please contact Rios at (213) 747-6357 Ext. 151 or arios@allpeoplescc.org for more information regarding the services available.

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

READY TO GET INVOLVED?

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** In-kind and Sponsorship opportunities at All Peoples!

Please contact allpeoples@allpeoplescc.org for more information.

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Let’s get to know Yessenia Villacorta, All Peoples Community Center’s FSC Case Manager:

Favorite Food: Aguachiles

Favorite Color: Black

Favorite Quote:“Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

How would you describe All Peoples Community Center: Since 1942, All Peoples has been a place of opportunities and empowerment. We are a team that dedicates our time to uplift families by providing them with tools and resources. Our families are self-determined to make their own choices, and we encourage them to complete their goals. We provide a range of services and programs for the community to educate and empower our children, individuals, seniors, and families in the community. All Peoples is filled with opportunities for a multicultural South Central Los Angeles community.

 

Favorite Part of Your Job: My favorite part of my job is when our clients achieve their personal goals. In our Citizenship Class, I get to see individuals study Civic questions and learn about U.S. History. Most importantly, I get to celebrate their accomplishments after they pass their citizenship exam.

My best All Peoples story: My best All Peoples Story is from December 2018 when APCC provided Holiday presents and donations to families in need. The families and youths were able to provide wish lists. Although they were not promised everything on the list, it was a rewarding feeling, seeing the families receive items like a microwave, clothing items, and Holiday presents for their children. Smiles, hugs, and tears of joy were shared within the families. We made Holiday wishes come true that day and it was a beautiful experience. Thank you Animo Jefferson Charter Middle School for the support you provided to our families.

Hobbies: Hiking, dancing, listening to music, and traveling

Fun Fact About Me/Hidden Talent: In my freshman year of high school, I joined the swim team without knowing how to swim. Not only did I have to learn how to swim but I also had to learn all the strokes. I eventually learned freestyle, backstroke, and butterfly stroke. I improved on my backstroke and was able to compete in a national level.

Me in 3 Words: Adventurous, Driven, and Determined

We’re so happy that Yessenia is part of our All Peoples Family!

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

READY TO GET INVOLVED?

* Volunteer opportunities at All Peoples! More Info

** In-kind and Sponsorship opportunities at All Peoples!

Please contact allpeoples@allpeoplescc.org for more information.

Search Job Opportunities currently available at All Peoples Community Center!

 

All Peoples is proud to announce and grateful for the generous support of Women Helping Youth (W.H.Y.) who provided the funding for our new computer lab. W.H.Y. is a women’s philanthropic organization committed to improving the physical, mental and emotional well-being of children and youth adults in need in the Los Angeles area by combining individual donations to create a larger pool of funds with which to make a difference in the lives of youth.

The newly upgraded computer lab will provide more learning classes for youth and families and allow youth better access to research for homework, school projects, online services, continuing education programs, college admissions, and job search. We would like to thank W.H.Y. for their support and for this opportunity to bring more services to our youth, families and community.

In addition to computer lab, members of W.H.Y. continue to be active contributors to the Center. We would like to acknowledge and thank Gisela Friedman for her donation of clothing for our youth to help prepare them for jobs interviews as they enter the work field. We appreciate you and your organization’s support.

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

READY TO GET INVOLVED?

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** In-kind and Sponsorship opportunities at All Peoples!

Please contact allpeoples@allpeoplescc.org for more information.

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Emily Robles is being honored as our All Peoples September Youth of the Month!

“I like coming to All Peoples because when I need help with anything, I know I can trust the staff at All Peoples. Another reason I like coming here is because we do fun activities and learn new stuff.” ~ Emily Robles, Age 12, Grade 7

Make sure to follow Emily on our All Peoples Instagram HERE as we share pictures and stories throughout the month of her experience at All Peoples Community Center on our social media page!

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A Message from our Executive Director Saundra Bryant:

The All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow’s Leaders” Program currently serves approximately 279 students ranging from 1st – 12th grade. Services are offered onsite at All Peoples as well as Dunbar Village, Adams and Central, Casa Figueroa and Washington 702. All program locations operate Monday through Friday from 2:30 pm – 6:30 pm.

The structure of our All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow’s Leaders” Program allows ample time throughout the week for healthy snacks, academic assistance, recreational activities, and social development. Student performance throughout the year is monitored by collecting report cards and giving students a pre and post-test in math and reading using the STAR assessment program.

Based on reports, 67.5% of our students showed an increase in their reading level by minimum of a full point and 23.7% of the students maintained the same reading level. In math, 77.6% of our students showed an increase in their math level and 15.7% maintained the same math level. Staff’s main focus is to consistently work with students to improve in the areas in which they are lacking academically. Staff maintains a constant and close relationship with the school, teachers, and parents in order to help improve the student’s academic performance.

For 2019, we will start highlighting our All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow Leaders” Program by featuring a “Youth of the Month” on our website. The Youth recognized for the Month will showcase their experience in the All Peoples After-School “Tomorrow’s Leaders” Program by posting pictures and stories on our All Peoples Instagram Page using hashtag #TomorrowsLeaders. We encourage you to support our Youth by following them on Instagram as we empower them to be the change that they want to see in their schools and community.

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

READY TO GET INVOLVED?

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** In-kind and Sponsorship opportunities at All Peoples!

Please contact allpeoples@allpeoplescc.org for more information.

Search Job Opportunities currently available at All Peoples Community Center!

 

Let’s get to know Luz Nunez, All Peoples Community Center’s FSC Supervising Case Manager:

Favorite Food: Chiles Rellenos

Favorite Color: Blue & Grey

Favorite Sports Team: Los Angeles Dodgers

Favorite Animal: Dogs

Favorite Quote: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

How would you describe All Peoples Community Center:APCC is an all-inclusive center that provides everything from youth programming to volunteer opportunities for seniors. Our staff are well-rounded in skill set and experience that allows them to build rapport with community members.

 

Favorite Part of Your Job: The rewarding feeling I get every time I see my clients overcome their struggles and achieve their goals. Pictured above (left to right), FSC Supervising Case Manager Luz Nunez, California State Senator Holly Mitchell, and FSC client Samuel Harris at the CalFresh Enrollment Event for SSI Recipients on June 28, 2019.

My best All Peoples story:My best All Peoples story would have to be our Build Day for our playground in partnership with KaBoom and sponsored by Warner Music Group (WMG). I was assigned to facilitate a group of 50 1×1 plywood paintings. During this process I had an opportunity to network and learn from the volunteers and their various job duties at WMG. Every day I walk into work, I see the murals and it reminds me that everything on that day was built with love and happy thoughts in honor of our community.

Hobbies:I enjoy nature walks and going to the beach to see the sunset. I love watching comedy shows and documentaries but most importantly I dedicate my free time to serve as a board member to the Zapata-King Neighborhood Council, learning about city changes and holding city government responsive to community needs.

Fun Fact About Me/Hidden Talent: I danced Folklorico in High School and won the Talent Show.

 

 

Me in 3 Words:Passionate, Humble & Dedicated

We’re so happy that Luz is part of our All Peoples Family!

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

READY TO GET INVOLVED?

* Volunteer opportunities at All Peoples! More Info

** In-kind and Sponsorship opportunities at All Peoples!

Please contact allpeoples@allpeoplescc.org for more information.

Search Job Opportunities currently available at All Peoples Community Center!

 

FamilySource Center Data Intake Specialist Michelle Watson shares a note illustrating the self-determination of FSC Client Deja Snowden.

Meet Deja Snowden. Ms. Snowden, FSC participant since March 2019, originally came into All Peoples seeking emergency food. During Ms. Snowden’s intake, she brought her 2 month old son who is the motivation behind all her success. Ms. Snowden was able to effectively voice her employment, housing and educational goals.

A note from Deja Snowden: “Thanks to Data Intake Specialist Michelle Watson at All Peoples I’ve accomplished so much! I have a new sense of self-confidence, and I’ve paved my way to success. I went into the center putting others needs before the needs of me and my child. Thanks to instructions and a referral from Michelle Watson to the TSE program I now have a job training position with the County of Los Angeles, and I am ready to obtain permanent housing. I was able to complete a Financial Literacy course that helped me understand my finances, make better use of my money and credit, and increase my credit score. I was able to file my income taxes for free, and I got back so much money that I saved some to help me move out when the time is right.

All Peoples has provided me and my child with so many resources like food, clothing and diapers that I will forever be grateful. Through Michelle at All Peoples I’ve been given the tools to go back to school which is something I’ve been on the fence about for a long time. I just want to thank Michelle and everyone else who made it possible to provide the services that are the reason for the success I have today. Michelle is currently helping me find permanent housing and enroll back into school.”

Pictured left to right, FSC Client Deja N Snowden, Ms. Snowden’s son, and FSC Data Intake Specialist Michelle Watson.

FamilySource Center services are available at All Peoples Community Center year-around.

Please contact Michelle at (213) 747-6357 Ext. 120 or mwatson@allpeoplescc.org for more information regarding the services available.

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

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Please contact allpeoples@allpeoplescc.org for more information.

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